Education and copyright: Perspectives from the classroom
We know from WIPO’s and our own research that copyright legislation is inadequate for education today. It creates barriers to ensure the right to education as well as curtails teachers’ academic freedom to choose and adapt materials including for cross-border collaboration and exchange.
Our new research goes beyond legal analysis and shares the perspectives of teachers on the impact of copyright on teaching and learning. Take a look at the research that will be launched later this year.